BIDDING ON THE BACHELOR cover 190x300 Bidding on the Bachelor by Kerri CarpenterBidding on the Bachelor by Kerri Carpenter is a delicious, fun, flirty story that involves bloggers, and a second chance romance. Are you ready?

Carissa Blackwell has returned to Bayside looking for a fresh start. Will her return bring clarity or will the notorious Bayside Blogger dig up the truth before she has time to sort it all out. Who is this mysterious blogger and why is everyone whispering when she walks by? Inquiring minds want to know.

Jasper Dumont is one of Baysides’ most eligible bachelors but when Carissa, his first love returns, it will throw his world upside down. What will Jasper do when the truth is revealed regarding why Carissa left town, never to return. Hearts were broken, lives were changed. Hopefully Carissa will stay for good, there is nothing better than a second chance at love, especially in Bayside.

Kerri has delivered another must read in a series centered around friendships that are all too real, family struggles, and falling in love so hard it changes you forever. Oh, and for inquiring minds, it seems the blogger might be next. I hope so. I’m dying to know who it is ;)!

While this can be read as a standalone, I recommend enjoying the series in order. It’s one to savor. Stop by the bakery and grab a sweet, a hot cuppa something warm, and find a cozy corner. This is one yummy book!

This two peppers spicy latte has just enough to make you tingle and is it’s for mature readers 18+. I received this ARC from the publisher for a fair and honest review.%name Bidding on the Bachelor by Kerri Carpenter


“I’m back in town.”
“For how long?” he asked quickly, too quickly. In fact, if she wasn’t mistaken, anger laced his question. She must have reacted to it because his features softened. “Sorry, it’s none of my business. And I do remember that today is your birthday. So, happy birthday, Carissa.”
“Thanks,” she said, and meant it. She decided to offer an olive branch because the truth was that she’d dumped him and she hadn’t been kind about it. This icy reception she was receiving was well deserved. While she knew the reasons behind her decision, she’d never let Jasper in on it. She’d been a bratty, selfish teenager, not capable of understanding her emotions. Unwilling to admit that Jasper had always reminded her of her father and that summer her dad had dropped a bombshell on her.
“I don’t know how long I’ll be in town. I’m sort of in a transition period right now.” He waited patiently. After another long drink of beer, she finished. “I just got divorced.” Saying the words out loud left an awful taste in her mouth. An acidic aftertaste of yuckiness.
First, shock flashed on his face. Then, true concern shone in his eyes. “I’m sorry,” he said.
And that might have been her undoing. Because he had every reason to be stiff and awkward with her. Instead, any kind of compassion from him loosened her lips.
“Today is my twenty-ninth birthday. I’m having a beer next to my ex-boyfriend, who hates my guts, in a dive bar in the town I swore I would never step foot in again. An ex-boyfriend I should really apologize to because I was an evil witch to him.” The words were flying now. She gripped her hand tightly around her glass. “I’m not even thirty and already I’ve been married and divorced. And I got divorced because he freaking cheated on me.”
She couldn’t miss the way Jasper’s eyes narrowed, his hands curled into fists, and there was a definite tic in his clenched jaw. “He cheated on you?”
“Yep. Apparently, the fact that I was homecoming queen, prom queen and head cheerleader did nothing to impress him. Or keep his pants zipped up when anyone wearing a skirt in the Central Time Zone walked by. That probably makes your whole day, doesn’t it?”
He slammed his hand on the bar and she jumped. But she just as quickly composed herself. “What? You have every right to revel in my misery after the way I broke up with you. I got divorced. You win.”
His eyes narrowed. “I don’t want to win at that game. And I certainly don’t want to hear that some idiot cheated on you. I’m sorry you’re getting divorced.”
“That makes one of us.”

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Award-winning romance author Kerri Carpenter writes contemporary romances that are sweet, sexy, and sparkly. When she’s not writing, Kerri enjoys reading, cooking, watching movies, taking Zumba classes, rooting for Pittsburgh sports teams, and anything sparkly. Kerri lives in Northern Virginia with her adorable (and mischievous) rescued poodle mix, Harry. Visit Kerri at her website, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, or subscribe to her newsletter.

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